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2002 Chevrolet Suburban
























Year: 2002
Vehicle Name: Chevrolet Suburban
Zip Code: 59901
Trim: 1500 LT
Body Style: SUV
Interior Color: Brilliant Silver
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: Vortec 5.3L V8 285hp 325ft. lbs.
Mileage: 222,541
Price: $5,995
Cash Special:
Down Payment As Low As:
VIN: 3GNFK16T72G321762
Description: The Suburban clearly warrants a king-size designation. Chevrolet has used the Suburban name for a utility wagon since 1935. redesigned for 2000, the super-size SUV four-wheel drive in the prestigious LT trim, the Suburban is built on the full-size Silverado pickup truck platform, which is also used for the Chevrolet Tahoe and GMC Yukon SUVs.Our 2002 LT gains extra equipment that includes heated mirrors, seats, leather, and all the popular power equipment plus assist steps. This machine is powered by a 285-horsepower, 5.3-liter V-8, four-wheel drive, which teams with a four-speed-automatic transmission. This is cool - Autotrac on 4WD models engages automatically as needed, to maintain traction. Antilock brakes and side-impact airbags are standard. And, ours seats 8 passengers! Yes, eight passengers!It is big, but once you're behind the wheel, the Suburban handles with reasonable ease and doesn't feel much like a behemoth. A truck like drone is part of the experience, but it's minor and noticeable only when accelerating. Acceleration is sufficiently swift, both from a standstill and for passing, though the automatic transmission can be a tad slow in reacting. Steering has a rather light feel, and the Suburban stays on course neatly and the Suburban isn't particularly difficult to drive. Print this out and call us NOW for your personalized test drive towards ownership! Front air conditioning, Rear air conditioning, Front airbags: dual, Side airbags: front, Cassette, In-Dash CD: single disc, Premium brand, Radio: AM/FM, Rear audio: volume control, ABS: 4-wheel, Power brakes, Steering wheel trim: leather, Center console, Cruise control, Dimming rearview mirror: auto, Memorized settings: driver seat, Multi-function remote: keyless entry, Power steering, Steering wheel: tilt, Universal remote transmitter: garage door opener, Axle ratio: 3.73, Locking differential: center, Running boards, Clock, Gauge: tachometer, Daytime running lights, Exterior entry lights, Front fog lights, Headlights: auto on/off, Side mirror adjustments: power, Side mirrors: auto-dimming, Roof rack, Driver seat power adjustments, Driver seat: heated, Front seat type: bucket, Passenger seat power adjustments, Passenger seat: heated, Rear seat type: split-bench, Third seat, Upholstery: leather, Anti-theft system: alarm, Power door locks, Front spring type: torsion bars, Front suspension classification: independent, Front suspension type: double wishbone, Rear spring type: coil, Rear suspension classification: solid live axle, Rear suspension type: multi-link, Satellite communications: OnStar, Wheel diameter: 16 inch, Wheels: alloy, Front wipers: intermittent, Power windows, Rear privacy glass, Rear wiper, Window defogger: rear
Features: The Suburban clearly warrants a king-size designation. Chevrolet has used the Suburban name for a utility wagon since 1935. redesigned for 2000, the super-size SUV four-wheel drive in the prestigious LT trim, the Suburban is built on the full-size Silverado pickup truck platform, which is also used for the Chevrolet Tahoe and GMC Yukon SUVs.Our 2002 LT gains extra equipment that includes heated mirrors, seats, leather, and all the popular power equipment plus assist steps. This machine is powered by a 285-horsepower, 5.3-liter V-8, four-wheel drive, which teams with a four-speed-automatic transmission. This is cool - Autotrac on 4WD models engages automatically as needed, to maintain traction. Antilock brakes and side-impact airbags are standard. And, ours seats 8 passengers! Yes, eight passengers!It is big, but once you're behind the wheel, the Suburban handles with reasonable ease and doesn't feel much like a behemoth. A truck like drone is part of the experience, but it's minor and noticeable only when accelerating. Acceleration is sufficiently swift, both from a standstill and for passing, though the automatic transmission can be a tad slow in reacting. Steering has a rather light feel, and the Suburban stays on course neatly and the Suburban isn't particularly difficult to drive. Print this out and call us NOW for your personalized test drive towards ownership!
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